243 episodes

Break through your psychological barriers to authentic confidence, with this fantastic series of podcasts from Dan Munro, founder of The Brojo. Dan is a professional Confidence Coach, and is the Bestselling author of the books "The Legendary Life", and "Nothing to Lose".

BROJO: Confidence. Clarity. Connection‪.‬ Dan Munro & Mike Wells

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    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

Break through your psychological barriers to authentic confidence, with this fantastic series of podcasts from Dan Munro, founder of The Brojo. Dan is a professional Confidence Coach, and is the Bestselling author of the books "The Legendary Life", and "Nothing to Lose".

    [#244] Finding Your Integrity: Core Values to Live By

    [#244] Finding Your Integrity: Core Values to Live By

    Show notes:

    Introduction

    Integrity definition
    The formula for integrity is core values
    By the end, you should know a draft of your values, how to live by them, and what behaviour change you could make today to become a bit more confident

    What are core values and why are they important?

    Integrity diamond
    Start with what they’re not
    So what is a core value
    Thoughts and feelings don’t count

    Core Values Exercise: The Integrity Formula

    Integrity builds confidence, integrity is a formula
    Values is the ingredients
    Value questions
    values criteria
    Practical definition
    Exercise

    Core Values List for Confident Integrity: Examples and Definitions

    Curiosity
    Courage
    Honesty
    Acceptance
    Respect
    Responsibility
    Giving
    Assertiveness
    Presence
    Generosity
    Ruthlessness

    Core Values for Business and Career Development

    Entrepreneur, owner or an employee
    Patience
    Responsibility
    Honesty
    Determination
    Generosity
    Service
    Humility
    Assertiveness

    7 Core Values for Personal Relationships

    Single, dating, or married
    Honesty
    Curiosity
    Respect
    Acceptance
    Courage
    Presence
    Assertiveness
    Generosity

    Core Values for Leadership That Inspires Loyalty

    Boss, manager, priest, or head of the family
    Courage
    Embodied
    Curious
    Assertive
    Service
    Ruthless
    Responsible
    Humility

    • 1 hr 21 min
    [#243] Bravery and Courage: How to overcome fear and social anxiety

    [#243] Bravery and Courage: How to overcome fear and social anxiety

    The videos I’ve been putting out the last few weeks are all excerpts from one overall conversation about bravery.

    In this podcast, I break down the different elements of courage to give you ideas on how you can apply this to your life to give yourself more opportunities and increase your self confidence.

    In this episode, we cover:

    Bravery is not the absence of fear: understanding that courage is wisdom rather than strength

    Fear mongering: identifying and resisting the manipulative tactics fear uses.

    Courage to be disliked: facing social anxiety and caring what people think of you.

    Confidence vs arrogance: how to build courage without becoming a jerk.

    Confidence quotes: short questions and statements that will boost your daily bravery in a practical way.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    [#242] Relationships for Dummies: Nice Guy marriage and relationship tips

    [#242] Relationships for Dummies: Nice Guy marriage and relationship tips

    We’re going to look at relationships and how these are affected by nice guy syndrome. We’ll explore how relationships are different for nice guys and what the unique challenges are. We’ll look at what makes a great relationship work, as well as what causes toxic relationships and divorces.
    We’ll compare long term relationships with marriage. We’ll explore the specific issues with ADHD because it’s such a sought after topic.
    And then we’ll look at how to repair damage that’s already occurred

    Topics
    Nice Guy relationships: definition
    How relationships work for the best possible connection
    Relationships vs marriage: what’s the difference?
    Relationships with adhd and nice guy syndrome
    Can relationships be fixed?

    • 1 hr 4 min
    [#241] What is Social Confidence?

    [#241] What is Social Confidence?

    What is social confidence?

    It might be the most important skillset and mindset for life success and satisfaction.
    This is the biggest struggle I see, evidenced by dishonesty, depression and loneliness, social media validation begging, and dismal dating experiences. Most people are faking social confidence or not even able to do that. In this podcast we cover what it is, why it matters, and how to build it.

    We'll look at:

    Social confidence meaning / definition - how the definition makes a big difference to your mindset
    A social confidence scale you can use to measure your progress
    The 5 I’s of confidence - a practical step by step guide to building confidence objectively
    Why is social confidence important? We'll look at the justification for making this your top priority
    Is social anxiety a lack of confidence? Can a confident person have social anxiety?
    Social confidence for introverts - a special look at shyness
    How to improve social confidence and how to boost social confidence in a practical way, no matter who you are

    • 55 min
    [#240] Nice Guy Syndrome Psychology: A Complete Review

    [#240] Nice Guy Syndrome Psychology: A Complete Review

    Listen Notes
    In this podcast episode, I break down some of the major psychological components that make up Nice Guy Syndrome. NGS is a cluster of different psychological disorders and struggles, and not every Nice Guy is the same. Some of these will apply to you, some won't. This podcast should help you figure out what type of Nice Guy you are, as well as how you should focus your recovery.
    We'll talk about Nice Guy Attachment Styles (avoidant and anxious), Nice Guy Narcissism, People Pleasing Syndrome, and comorbidity with ADHD and autism. Then we'll wrap up with looking at a general recovery approach that works for all types.

    • 48 min
    [#239] The Darkness That Comes Before: Managing the Manipulation from Your Own Mind

    [#239] The Darkness That Comes Before: Managing the Manipulation from Your Own Mind

    In the fantasy series "The Prince of Nothing" and "The Aspect Emperor" by R Scott Bakker, we are introduced to a concept called The Darkness that Comes Before. This describes the unknown place from where our urges and drives and decisions come from, that subconscious part of the brain that really calls the shots.
    In this podcast episode, I explore what occurs in that darkness, and how other people get into your mind to control you. We look at how to be sceptical about your own thoughts and feelings and beliefs, in such a way that ensures you make better long-term decisions and prevent others from manipulating you.

    • 1 hr 15 min

Customer Reviews

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11 Ratings

11 Ratings

HMD1234500 ,

Highly recommend for growth driven mindset.

This podcast has given me tools and helped me to remember the ones I’ve already got. Dan has a great approach to telling like it is respectfully and earnestly.
I’ve got some new approaches to try out. Thanks!

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